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Re: Midwest Finesse Rig
« Reply #15 on: 03/25/18 09:24 UTC »
Can't wait to get mine ordered it this week. Just wondering how some of you are going to get it to float so when you have it on the jig the back end stands up. I use do-its plastic and it sinks so the bait won't stand up.

Not sure what you're talking about. I use Do-its ES plastic and they float like a bobber.


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Re: Midwest Finesse Rig
« Reply #16 on: 03/25/18 09:37 UTC »
I use the same and they sink.

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Re: Midwest Finesse Rig
« Reply #17 on: 03/25/18 09:39 UTC »
Looks like the baits in the pic are hug up on the sides of the glass.

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Re: Midwest Finesse Rig
« Reply #18 on: 03/25/18 11:35 UTC »
Looks like the baits in the pic are hug up on the sides of the glass.

 LOL ! that is not the case. If you add salt or glass media it will sink. But just straight plastic it floats.

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Re: Midwest Finesse Rig
« Reply #19 on: 03/25/18 12:17 UTC »
That or you injected some air in them. I think the latter. Didn't ya Lamar? Huh? Didn't ya?

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Re: Midwest Finesse Rig
« Reply #20 on: 03/25/18 12:23 UTC »
Lamar and I went fishing this morning, of course in Lamar's nice boat.
I can vouch for Lamar, those baits aren't on the glass, they are in fact floating.  I stirred them in that glass and they popped back up to the surface.
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Re: Midwest Finesse Rig
« Reply #21 on: 03/25/18 12:55 UTC »
That or you injected some air in them. I think the latter. Didn't ya Lamar? Huh? Didn't ya?
I know right ? I do believe the old Do-it plastic would sink. But not the new ES plastic. They float.

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Re: Midwest Finesse Rig
« Reply #22 on: 03/25/18 13:23 UTC »
The crystal clear soft formula floats real nice as long as the jig weight isn't unreasonable. My Essential is more neutrally buoyant but a stand alone bait will support itself in water.

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Re: Midwest Finesse Rig
« Reply #23 on: 03/25/18 16:30 UTC »
I don't fish this bait but I fish the jig and the jig stands plastics up fairly well.

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Re: Midwest Finesse Rig
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Re: Midwest Finesse Rig
« Reply #25 on: 04/06/18 21:01 UTC »
I am on it!! Gonna Get me This mold ASAP!! This is what I have been waiting for.  I already sell 100's of the Midwest Finesse Jig and this will be great addition to my website!
Thanks for a Great Product!